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Traffic flowing again after semi accidents on both sides of river

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WALTON, KY (FOX19) -

Two separate incidents involving jack-knifed semi trucks slowed traffic in Ohio and Kentucky on Thursday morning.

A jack-knifed tractor trailer slowed traffic on SB I-75 just south of Hopple Street.

It happened around 10:30 a.m. 

Earlier on Thursday, a jack-knifed tractor trailer temporarily shut down northbound I-75 in Boone County, but all lanes are now reopen. The accident occurred at the 173 mile marker, just north of the I-71/75 split.

No injuries were reported in either accident.

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